12 on Crime: NYPD surveillance videos show suspects wanted in the Bronx

The NYPD has released surveillance videos in hopes of catching a number of wanted men involved in separate crimes in the borough. If you recognize

Anyone who recognizes the men should call Crime

Anyone who recognizes the men should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.

THE BRONX - The NYPD has released surveillance videos in hopes of catching a number of wanted men involved in separate crimes in the borough. 

In the first video, two suspects are seen running from an alleged assault and robbery. Police they hit a 49-year-old man in the head and took money from his pocket in front of 1954 Jerome Ave. last month. 

Cops are trying to identify three more men who they say forced their way into a 25-year-old woman's apartment at gunpoint near 170th Street. They were caught on camera inside the building before making off with cash and an iPad. The victim was not hurt. 

On Harrod Avenue, one more man is wanted for allegedly stealing a chain from someone's neck and running away. It happened back on Aug. 13. 

If you recognize any of the men seen in the videos, or have any other information, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS

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